Natural Gas Trends

It seems that everywhere we look these days- from U.S.  shale to massive Turkmenistan reserves- natural gas seems to be the energy source of the future. Back in 2006 Turkmenistan claimed to have found a field of up to 24 Trillion Cubic Meters of … [Read more...]

How Shale Gas Might Transform the Energy Markets

By Marin Katusa, Casey Energy Report In the midst of roller-coaster oil prices and a global reassessment of nuclear power, in early April a key development in the natural gas arena slipped by mostly unnoticed: a report from the U.S. Energy … [Read more...]

Why Europe Should Pay Attention to Algeria

By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Strategist, Casey Research Tunisia’s uprising has democracy watchers wondering if the instability will spill over into neighboring North African countries, but really that instability is already there. In the first … [Read more...]

Where Are Oil and Gas Prices Heading Next?

By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Strategist, Casey Research Oil is heading to US$200 per barrel. This isn’t speculation but hard fact. But forewarned is forearmed, and with this price expected within the next five years, investors have plenty of time … [Read more...]

China Is Winning the Energy Race

By Marin Katusa, Casey’s Energy Opportunities Stop the presses. The United States is no longer the world’s biggest consumer of energy. After topping the energy consumption charts for more than a century, the U.S. has been left behind as China … [Read more...]

How Obama’s Policies will Affect Energy Prices

By Marin Katusa,  Chief Strategist, Casey Research Energy Team Casey Energy Opportunities One might think the United States would be charging hard on energy security as well as border and other kinds of security in its Global War on Terror … [Read more...]